Chamois Hockey Stick Grips
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- Probably the most popular grip in hockey Reversible
- Easy to apply
- A Great Overgrip
- GREAT VALUE
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Why not create a multi coloured grip for your stick to fit in with your club colours or to just stand out from the crowd. How to Grip your stick 1. Start from the top and secure your chamois over your existing grip with a piece of tape. Start the chamois at an angle. 2. Slowly wind the chamois around your stick overlapping each turn by about a centimeter. 3. Keep the grip tight as you apply it. 4. Secure the end of the grip tightly with electrical tape or medical tape. 5. Optional - If you find the grip doesn't go on smoothly, try cutting the top end of the grip at 45 degrees and use this end to start the gripping process. How to use your chamois 1. Water well before each match and at half time for best results. 2. The best way to do this is to lay your stick on the astro with the bow facing upwards (so there is light below the stick). 3. Pour the water all over the grip and then turn the stick over so the grip soaks up the water on the astro. 4. Squeeze the grip in your hands to remove excess water. How to care for your chamois 1. Make sure you wet the grip before you play and then again when it gets dry. 2. To prolong the life of your chamois, remove and wash with a normal bar of soap, rinse and leave to dry. Best done after every five uses. 3. Use both sides of the chamois.
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Top Customer Reviews
After using it for the latter end of last season and during pre-season I have removed it and gone back to the slazenger chamois.
Gotta say I was a bit disappointed with this.
A vibrant blue colour and seems to be of great quality. Instructions for use also included. Many thanks for a great service Shammy Shack.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
not fitted yet, but have used this brand in the past. hard wearing and great for gripPublished 3 months ago by Rachel
Use this as a tennis and squash racket grip, best for sweaty hands as it maintains its grip even when sodden.Published 5 months ago by Alabama Heat
Exactly what was advertised. Cut in two to use on bike handlebars :) Have gotten dirty pretty fast but that's to be expected under layers of grease and dirt, haha. Would buy again.Published 9 months ago by Stray